The Theatre: Best Plays: Apr. 5, 1926

These are the plays which, in the light of metropolitan criticism, seem most important: SERIOUS LULU BELLE—Lenore Ulric in a startling concoction about a Negro courtesan who graduated from Harlem to Paris. YOUNG WOODLEY—The tribulations of a schoolboy whose first love is the wife of a faculty master. THE GREAT GOD BROWN—A stirring and occasionally obscure play by Eugene O'Neill discussing ex-pressionistically how an artistic spirit was submerged by modern competition. CRAIG'S WIFE—Chrystal Herne giving a keen portrait of a woman whose home became a sanctum in which even a husband...

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